On this page, you can learn all about the Paddy Power betting shop located on High Street in Dumfries. We’ve got the opening times as well as a map and other details about this shop.
Paddy Power Dumfries Map Listing
Take a look at this map below to see the location of the bookmaker. It’s in the centre of the town close to lots of landmarks and other businesses.
Address – 174 High St, Dumfries DG1 2BB
Website – See Details Below
Phone – 0800 056 5275
Payments Accepted – GBP, Cash, Credit Card, Debit Card
The opening times for this shop do vary from day to day, but it’s open every day of the week. Check out the full times below before visiting the make a bet:
- Monday 8am–10pm
- Tuesday 8am–10pm
- Wednesday 8am–10pm
- Thursday 8am–10pm
- Friday 8am–10pm
- Saturday 8am–10pm
- Sunday 9am–10pm
Paddy Power stores are found in many town centres around the country, Paddy Power is a well-known UK brand. Feel free to check our list of UK Paddy Power shops to see more in different areas.
About This Shop
The Paddy Power branch on High Street in Dumfries is in the town centre close to many other amenities. There is a range of transport and parking options nearby so it’s easy to visit if you want to be on various sporting events.
Along the same street, there are a number of other stores including Ryman Stationery, Game and Debenhams. The is a William Hill betting shop across the road for looking at other betting odds and markets.
Local Info for Dumfries
Dumfries is a market town and former royal burgh within the Dumfries and Galloway council area of Scotland. It is located near the mouth of the River Nith into the Solway Firth. Dumfries is the traditional county town of the historic county of Dumfriesshire.
Dumfries is nicknamed Queen of the South, the town’s professional football club also has this nickname. People from Dumfries are known colloquially in the Scots language as Doonhamers.
Queen of the South represents Dumfries and the surrounding area in the second level of the country’s professional football system, the Scottish Championship. The home ground of the team is Palmerston Park on Terregles Street. This is on the Maxwelltown side of the River Nith. They reached the 2008 Scottish Cup Final, losing 3–2 to Rangers.
Dumfries Saints Rugby Club is one of Scotland’s oldest rugby clubs having been admitted to the Scottish Rugby Union in 1876–77 as “Dumfries Rangers”.
The town is also home to Solway Sharks ice hockey team. The team are current Northern Premier League winners. The team’s home rink is Dumfries Ice Bowl. Dumfries Ice bowl is also recognised as Scotland’s only centre of ice hockey excellence, and trials for the Scottish Jr national team are carried out at this venue.